On Sat, Jun 08, 2002 at 04:01:45PM -0400, Eric Dorland wrote: > > This is probably a silly question, but somebody has to ask it: > > Is really 1.5 needed, are there (more than a couple) packages that > > work with 1.5 but don't with 1.6? > > It's not a silly question at all. My impression is that 1.5 and 1.6 > are basically compatible, and are certainly more compatible then 1.4 > and 1.5. The reason we *might* want to keep 1.5 around is that it > still works with autoconf 2.13, whereas 1.6 needs autoconf 2.52 or > greater. Nuke 1.5, fix the packages to work with both autoconf 2.50 and automake 1.6. Call it good. -- Joseph Carter <email@example.com> You want fries with that? Red Hat has recently released a Security Advisory (RHSA-1999:030-01) covering a buffer overflow in the vixie cron package. Debian has discovered this bug two years ago and fixed it. Therefore versions in both, the stable and the unstable, distributions of Debian are not vulnerable to this problem..
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